At this time next week, hopefully you’ll be hacking with us at the International Space Apps Challenge!
Dates: April 22-24
Location: NASA Glenn Research Center – Mission Integration Center, Building 162
Address: 21000 Brookpark Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
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Click here to see our complete schedule and important information about the Cleveland event.
It’s not too early for you and your team to start thinking about your projects; find the most current Challenge information here.
While any project that relates to NASA-related work is very welcome and is eligible for local prizes, only projects that work to solve one of the designated challenges on the main Space Apps Website are eligible for global judging and award
We have more than 100 people currently registered, but there’s room for more. Tell your friends!
Students under the age of 16 need to be chaperoned.
If you are a minor or the parent of a minor participating, please email Maggie Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will send you a photo release and consent release form that must be signed and brought to the event
You can form your team at any time. If possible, we recommend that you form at least the foundation of your team prior to the event. You can then complete your team by adding ‘free agents’ at the event to round out your team. You can use the Slack channel to form a team.
If you do not have a team prior to the Space Apps weekend – don’t worry! Register and show up and we’ll make sure that you find a team that can benefit from your skills and insights.
Space Apps Cleveland has set up a Slack team for this event. It will be our primary method of communicating during the event and the organizers and participants can make use of it before the event to propose projects, create teams, and ask questions. We have sent an invite to everyone who has signed up as of the evening of April 14.
We will also be tweeting from @spaceappsCLE.
When You Arrive
Because NASA Glenn is a United States Government facility, access is restricted. Please review the NASA Policy on visitors. Please note: All adult visitors are required to present a current and valid form of government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license.